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Frost & Sullivan: GIL 2014 NZ keynote is Mega Trends to 2025 transforming the world; impacting businesses, cultures and personal lives - opportunities in hundreds of billions
30-July-2014

Frost & Sullivan’s report, ‘World’s Top Global Mega Trends To 2025 and Implications to Business, Society and Cultures’ identifies 12 of these trends that will drive growth and innovation in the world.

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Frost & Sullivan: Connectivity and convergence at GIL 2014 New Zealand – market potential of USD$731 billion in connected living by 2020
30-July-2014

Massive technology-led disruption across all industries globally, driven by the rapid proliferation of connected devices and services is moving everyone and everything towards a state of ‘connected everything’.

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Connectivity and Convergence Will Transform Visionary Innovation Perspective of New Zealand’s Enterprises
30-July-2014

Frost & Sullivan’s Senior Growth Consultants will join New Zealand’s business leaders and visionaries at GIL 2014 New Zealand to address the challenges to growth and innovation.

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Rising-2 captured highest resolution image of earth’s surface
16-July-2014

Sendai, Japan - On July 2, Microsatellite Rising-2 succeeded in capturing high precision images of the earth’s surface. Using a High Precision Telescope (HPT), it captured color images at a spatial resolution of 5m, the highest in the world among 50kg-class satellites.

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“Land grabbing” could help feed at least 300 million people, study suggests
27-June-2014

Crops grown on “land-grabbed” areas in developing countries could have the potential to feed an extra 100 million people worldwide, a new study has shown.

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